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Mos Def – Oh No

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Mos Def – Oh No

Mos Def “Oh no” video clip featuring Nate Dogg, Pharoah Monch

⬇️ Next Dates • Lyrics • Album • Credits ⬇️

  • THE NEXT DATES


  • LYRICS

    Yeah, one for the treble, two for the bass
    Welcome to the great incredible paper chase
    Keep your boots laced if you want to keep pace

    Oh no, niggas ain’t scared to hustle
    It’s been seven days, the same clothes
    Ask them originals ’cause they know
    Mos Def, Nate Dogg and Pharaoh
    Step away from the mic, they too cold
    The funk might fracture your nose

    Say my name, say my name
    Observe how I stake my claim, I independently lay it down
    And played my game, my own two raise my flame
    ‘Cause dick ridin’ ain’t my thang

    I earned what they said I wouldn’t
    I got it the way they said I couldn’t
    But now I’m gettin’ it and they whole grill is crooked
    Mad ’cause I’m gettin’ caked out from my bookings

    When y’all was askin’ permission, I just stepped up and took it
    What? The kid’s better buy my rookie card now
    ‘Cause after this year, the price ain’t comin’ down
    And if you got a joint bubblin’ then get money now

    ‘Cause in a minute, there’s gonna be some real trouble comin’ out
    Just a warnin’, as usual some cats won’t heed it
    The hard headed always gotta feel it to believe it
    It’s a shame that jealous gaze is too short to see it

    But when they face hit the cement, they nod in agreement
    We could play nice and decent or dirty like the 7-1 Precinct
    Call it a day or make it a long evenin’
    You keep on schemin’, man, give me some more reason
    To have the women in your mama’s church screamin’, “Lord Jesus”

    Harder than y’all ’cause, I’m smarter than y’all
    I know that deep down, it’s got to be bothering y’all
    Pay attention, watch fly gon’ get larger than y’all
    Put your pride on the rocks, make you swallow it all

    The mathematic problem for y’all, it just get harder to solve
    Every day that the saga evolve
    The do or die, stay rumblin’ and bumblin’ hard
    And when we move, we ain’t got no discussion at all

    East coast on your neck and you ain’t shruggin’ it off
    Try to bullyfoot and end up stumblin’ off
    I’m Daddy Brooklyn, y’all niggaz are the sons of New York
    Gettin’ spanked when there’s too much trouble to talk

    Respect mine
    Oh no, look at who they let in the back door
    From Long Beach to Brooklyn they know
    We rock from the East to West coast
    Queens salute to Pharaoh
    (You know)
    Step away from the mic they too cold
    The funk might fracture your nose

    Very contagious, raps should be trapped in cages
    Through stages of wackness, Pharaoh’s raps are blazin’
    And it amazes me how you claim thug
    But go two-ways without Sky Tel pagers

    I’m intellectual, pass more essays
    Than motorcade police parades through East LA
    More beef then deli’s, thus, what I vent is just
    What you lust to vent is irrele’

    Huh, Hallelujah, Pharaoh Monch’ll do ya
    Maintain the same frame of mind, screw ya
    Get the picture, sit ya, seat ya, preacher with scriptures
    I’m equipped to rip ya, reach ya

    Pharoahe and Mos is verbal osmosis
    Coast to coast, we boast to be the most explosive here
    Ferocious, the lyrical prognosis
    The dosage is leavin’ you mentally unfocused here

    MC’s, just come on ’round
    You’re the next contestants on ‘Catch-A-Beat-Down’
    Don’t be hesitant, sound cracks the sediment
    It’s evident we medicine for your whole town

    Sky’s the limit, game’s infinite when I’m in it
    All windows is tinted, how you seein’ me when I’m in it?
    Rap, we got it on lock, man, stop that
    Put that mic back down, boy, drop that
    Pharaoh’s flows, blows shows like Afros
    We hate y’all though, that’s why Nate Dogg goes

    Oh no, niggas ain’t scared to hustle
    It’s been seven days, the same clothes
    Ask them originals ’cause they know
    Mos Def, Nate Dogg and Pharaoh
    Step away from the mic, they too cold
    The funk might fracture your nose

    Oh no, niggas ain’t scared to hustle
    It’s been seven days, the same clothes
    Ask them originals ’cause they know
    Mos Def, Nate Dogg and Pharaoh
    Step away from the mic, they too cold
    The funk might fracture your nose

    Oh no, look at who they let in the back door
    From Long Beach to Brooklyn they know
    We rock from the East to West coast
    Queens salute to Pharaoh
    (You know)
    Step away from the mic, they too cold
    The funk might fracture your nose

  • From 2000 Album: “Lyricist Lounge Vol.2”

    Lyricist Lounge 2 is the second installment in Rawkus Records Lyricist Lounge album series. The release was one of Rawkus’ most commercially successful releases, featuring the hit crossover singles, “Oh No” and “Get Up”, the former charting on the Billboard Hot 100. Despite its success, Lyricist Lounge 2 drew criticisms from underground fans, mainly due to the album’s more commercial sound, and also because of its focus on established artists, unlike the first installment, which largely featured up-and-coming MC’s.

    The album features appearances from Mos Def, Pharoahe Monch, Nate Dogg, Q-Tip, Wordsworth, Cocoa Brovaz, Beanie Sigel, Royce Da 5’9″, Ghostface Killah, Saukrates, Redman, Talib Kweli, dead prez, Kool G Rap, M.O.P., Big Noyd, Prodigy, Erick Sermon, Sy Scott, Planet Asia, Punchline, Cobra Red, Phil Da Agony, C-Town, Dilated Peoples, Master Fuol, JT Money, Pastor Troy, Macy Gray and Guru, as well as late hip hop legends The Notorious B.I.G. and Big L.

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